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accepted How to interact with other layers in a QGis Python init function?
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revised Import error when utilizing QGIS's Python Init function
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comment How to programmatically associate a layer with a custom UI?
@Matthias When You said " The method described here will still work but is marked as deprecated.", did You reference to the method setEditorLayout or methods setEditForm + setEditFormInit?
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comment How to programmatically associate a layer with a custom UI?
@Matthias You are one of QGis developers, yes? This information is very useful - maybe this should be added to the QGis cookbook (docs.qgis.org/testing/en/docs/pyqgis_developer_cookbook). Currently I took a lot of google'ing to find this question and the API did not help much (especially about the difference between EditForm, EditorLayout, EditorWidgetV2).
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accepted PostGIS algorithm to unite points of two geometries that are within specified radius
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comment PostGIS algorithm to unite points of two geometries that are within specified radius
I will still accept Your answer as being best, because it is closest to my original intent that I have found.
Feb
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comment PostGIS algorithm to unite points of two geometries that are within specified radius
Very interesting. However, ST_ConcaveHull will connect the two geometries even if they are farer from each other, than tolerance apart. Of course, I could first check the distance of two geometries and then connect them if they are less than tolerance apart. Needs thinking. Other problem, ST_ConcaveHull may insert discrepancies on the sides that are not being connected. See my first post - blue geometry gets some extra "area". But I guess if target_precent is sufficiently low, it should do the trick. But then I need to know the target_precent in advance for my application :)
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revised PostGIS algorithm to unite points of two geometries that are within specified radius
New variant using mitre-limit
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revised PostGIS algorithm to unite points of two geometries that are within specified radius
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revised PostGIS algorithm to unite points of two geometries that are within specified radius
Tested some more.
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comment Merge polygons in postgis
You're welcome :)